If teachers carry guns who will train them? And who will pay for that training? They are still unanswered questions. Nevertheless, the idea of putting a gun in every school won an endorsement Tuesday. That endorsement came from the House Ways and Means committee. It voted 16-to-7 in favor of placing an armed guard in every Indiana school. You could feel the tension in the crowded committee room as legislator and gun advocate Jim Lucas (R-Seymour) made the case for a new state mandate that would place an armed guard in every school. “We have to get past the stigma…
“Someone who is desirous of an abortion,” he said, “could simply say that they’ve been raped or there’s been incest.”
He’s been a micro-manager who gave others little authority and even less independence.
“Insert the word government whenever you hear the word police,” said Rep. Mike Speedy.
Pat Bauer will return as Democratic Leader in the Indiana House.